Donald Trump took a minute to call into Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s town hall in Plainville, Georgia, on Friday night.
On Friday evening, Donald Trump participated in a town hall meeting held by Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene in Plainville, Georgia. During their brief conversation, President Trump lauded Greene’s efforts and referred to her as “a great fighter for the people.” The discussion was cut short. He also persisted in making the specious assertion that the presidential election in 2020 was rigged against him.
Greene is a contentious person who is recognized for her beliefs that are on the extreme right and for her backing of Trump. She has been accused of disseminating conspiracy theories and is linked to white nationalist organizations, both of which have drawn criticism.
It was widely believed that Trump’s invitation to Greene’s town hall was a show of his unwavering support for Greene as well as his continuous attempts to discredit the results of the 2020 election.
It is essential to keep in mind that the allegations that Trump made about the election being rigged have been refuted on several occasions by election authorities and courts all around the nation. There is no evidence to suggest that voting fraud was rampant in the election of 2020.